The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a high-quality, comprehensive free trade agreement that includes Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, and the United States. The agreement would reduce tariffs and other trade barriers, open foreign markets to U.S. goods and services, and establish robust, science-based rules for trade among countries representing 40% of global GDP.
TPP will create thousands of new jobs and enhance the profitability of U.S. agricultural producers
TPP establishes strong, science-based rules for trade that create a fair playing field for U.S. producers
Delay or inaction on TPP will put the economy and U.S. leadership in the Asian-Pacific market at risk
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership is Crucial for U.S. Agriculture. Here's why...
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TPP tool-kits for each individual state.
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Third Way: TPP in Brief - Agriculture
Peterson Institute for International Economics: Why the Trans-Pacific Partnership Isn't a Bum Deal
Peterson Institute for International Economics: The Economic Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership: New Estimates
Peterson Institute for International Economics: Assessing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Volume 1: Market Access and Sectoral Issues
See Chapter 3, Agriculture
Farm Bureau: State-by-State Fact Sheets, Economic Analysis Executive Summary, Fact Sheets
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Farm Bureau Economic Analysis on the Effects of Trans-Pacific Partnership on the United States Agricultural Sector
http://www.fb.org/issues/tpp/pdf/TPP Full Report.pdf